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Annual Reports of the Selectmen,
Treasurer, Highway Surveyors
and Board of Education J3C



OF THE



TOWN OF LEE



For the Year Ending Feb, 15,



1906.



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FINE BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
ROCHESTER, N. H.



Annual Reports of the Selectmen,
Treasurer, Highway Surveyors
and Board of Education 2£



OF THE



TOWN OF LEE

For the Year Ending Feb, 15,
1906, X X X X



PRINTED BY THE RECORD

FINE BOOK AND JOB PRINTP]RS

ROCHESTER, N. H.



TOWN OFFICERS.



SELECTMEN,

CHARLES G. DAMP:, FRED B. YORK,

WILLIAM S. CALDWELL.

MODERATOR,

HOWARD M. GLIDDEN.

TOWN CLERK,

DANIEL E. PLUMMER.

TOWN TREASURER,

CHARLES A. WOODMAN.

TAX COLLECTOR,

DANIEL E. PLUMMER.

SUPERVISORS,

CHARLES A. FERNALD, WILLYS P. TUTTLE,

WALTER W. JONES.

BOARD OF EDUCATION,

WALTER D. SMITH, LEWIS H. SNELL,

WILLYS P. TUTTLE.

AUDITORS,

JOSEPH W. CATE, J. TRUE BARTLETT.



State of New Hampshire,



Inventory of the Town of Lee for the Year 1905





No.


Valuation.


Polls,


140


8 14, GOO 00


Real estate,


1.1, 849 A


212,890 00


Horses,


215


13,274 00


Oxen,


38


2,440 00


Cows,


382


10,114 00


Neat stock,


200


3,382 00


Sheep,


127


382 00


Bank Stock,




3,428 00


Money on hand, at interest, or on






deposit,




8,650 00


Stock in trade,




24,290 00


Mills and machinery,




5,100 00


Total,


8298,550 00



Selectmen's Account,

For the Year Ending February 15, 1906,



Resident valuation,




$243,470 00


Non-resident valuation,




55,080 00


Total,


8298,550 00


Tax on one hundred dollars,




81 25


Tax assessed for all purposes,




83,001 09


APPROPRIATED AS FOLLOWS.


State tax,




8 599 25


County tax,




931 09


School tax,




1,057 50


Library,




42 30


Highways,




746 37


State road tax,




200 00


Overlay,




114 58




V<J, Ut/ 1 \JiJ


Amount of collector's list,




3,691 09


School tax asessed in Newmarket and Durham, 40 00


SCHOOL


MONEY




School tax,




$1,057 50


Literary fund,




36 30


Dog license unexpended,




52 70

81,146 50



HIGHWAY SURVEYORS.



District No. 1,

2,



H. B. Snell,

C. H. Jones,

F. I. Caldwell, '

W. S. Layn,

S. W. Lane,

Geo. P. James,

W. D. Smith,

W. D. Smith, old bill,

C. A. Woodman,District No. 8,



3,
4,
5,
6,
7,



W. H. Wellington,
John H. Currier,
Willys P. Tuttle,
C. H. Allen,
Thompson Bros.
J. T. Bartlett,
James H. Carrier,



9,
10,
11,
12,
13,
U,
15,



$16


90


34


36


33


35


34


00


23


49


30


40


29


51


14


40


10


65


12


75


39


00


42


85


33


75


17


70


29


20


35


80



$438 11



BREAKING ROADS.



A. E. Langmaid,
W. H. Lee,
Joseph A. Knight,
George E. Hill,
J. H. Piper,
C. B. Edgerly,



BRIDGES.



Dame Brothers, labor and materia],
Dame Brothers, (5787 feet plank,



8 1 40

14 02

67

2 66

1 20

5 95



82 57
149 31



$25 90



$151 88



COUNTY PAUPERS.

George W. Randall, 52 weeks' board, $78 00



TOWN PAUPERS.

George W. Pinkham, board of tramps, 85 00

W. S. Caldwell, board of tramps, 1 00



SOLDIER'S AID.



ABATEMENTS.

John J. Noble, over 70, 1903, 1904, $2 73

Albert Corson, 43

Laban Emerson, 8 75
William Morrison, paid in Nottingham

1903 tax, 1 45

Denis Andrews, left town, 1904 tax, 1 28

William B. Caswell, paid in Epping " 1 28

Thomas Connor, not a resident, • " 1 28



$78 00



$6 00



James M. Wiggin, supplies,
Job Clay, supplies,


$g 00
52 00


$104 00


LIBRARY.


_


Library appropriation,

Mrs. S. P. D. Lane, librarian,


$42 30
25 00




Dame Brothers, dressing lumber,


1 40


fifift 70



Ezra Keniston, paid in Portland, Me.,

1904 tax, 1 28

Herbert C. Keniston, death, 1904 tax, 1 28

Chancella La Brick, not a resident,

11)04 tax, 1 28

Edward Palmer, not a resident, 1904 tax, 1 28

John A. Skoberg, deach, 1904 tax, 1 95

Edwin A. Wiggin, paid in Lynn, Mass.,

1904 tax, 1 28
H. P. Hood & Son, overtaxed, 1904 tax, 3 84
Chase & Sanborn, overtaxed on lumber,

1905 tax,
H. C. Keniston, dead, 1905 U-x,
Donald McRay, not a resident, 1905 tax,
Ai Tattle, not a resident, 1905 tax,



DAMAGE DONE BY DOGS.

James H. Currier, constable 1904,
A. W. Davis, sheep killed,
James H. Currier, constable 1905,
John G. Hobbs, sheep killed,
J. W. Cate, sheep killed,



12


00


1


25


1


25


1


25



$


5


00




5


00




5


00




5


00




5


00



POND HILL ROAD.



Felker & Gunnison,

II. F. Cater, county commissioner,

A. L. Comins, land damage,

Mrs. H. L. Caverno, land damage

(). M. James, engineer services,

F. II. Piukham, advertising,



818


33


94


72


2


00


20


00


11


62


2


:;i



$45 14



$25 00



&149 0J



SCHOOL BILLS.

Dover high school, tuition,

C. A. Woodman, school treasurer,
"NV. D. Smith, school board service,
Ben F. Davis, school board service, 1904,
A. C. Durgin, services on school board

1904,
Newmarket school district, tuition,
Lewis H. Snell, school supplies,

MISCELLANEOUS.

W. A. Plumer, pump at Lee depot,

D. E. Plummer, records transmitted,
D. S. Bennett, decorating soldiers' graves,
D. E. Plummer, repairing stove, etc.,
D. S. Bennett, selectmen's dinners 1904,



GENERAL EXPENSES.

George J. Foster & Co., printing, & 30 00

E. C. Eastman, stationery, 9 74

H. W. Hill, selectmen's services, 6 00

A. E. Giant, M. D., birth and death

certificates, 4 00

Fred Fernald, M. D., birth and death

certificates, 75

D. E. Plummer, burial permits, 2 25

D. E. Plummer, recording births and

deaths, 4 50

D. P2. Plummer, postage and station-
ery, 2 00

D. E. Plummer, town clerk salary, 20 00



§54 00


5


00


20


00


, 20


00


20


00


36


00


98


74


$ 5


00


55


40


, 5


00


1


85


1


25



S253 74



$68 50



10



D. E. Plummer, collector's salary,
W S. Caldwell, selectman's salary,
Charles G . Dame, selectman's salary,
Charles G. Dame, postage and sta-
tionery, t
Charles G. Dame, services out ot

town,
Charles A. Woodman, treasurer s sal-
ary* , ,

Fred B. York, selectman s salary,



40 00


32


00


32


00


1


35


5


00


20


00


32


00



$241 59



RECAPITULATION



Highway surveyors,
Breaking roads,
Bridges,
School bills,
School money,
Library expenses,
General expenses,
Miscellaneous bills,
Abatements,
Soldiers,
Paupers,

Damage by dogs,
Pond Hill road,
County Paupers,



$ 438 11
25 90
151 88
253 74
1146 50
68 70
241 59
68 50
45 14
104 00
6 00
25 00
149 01
78 00



$2802 07



Ciiaki.ks G. Dame,
Fred B. York,
William S. Caldwe



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Selectmen of
Lee.



11



We the undersigned, Auditors of the Town of Lee, have
examined the foregoing account and find it correctly cast with
corresponding vouchers.

J. True Bartlett, ) . ,.

J. W. Cate, f Auditors.



Treasurer's Report,

For the Year Ending Feb, 15, 1906,



Amount in treasury Feb. 15, 1905, SI, 364 62

Received from county, Lee poor, 79 50

Received from Geo. E. Chesley, mis-
take in abatement, 3 19

Received from State road tax, 426 78

Received from State savings bank tax, 851 08

Received from State literary fund, 33 55

Received from State high school

tuition, * 9 -

Received from D. E. Plummer, bal-
ance on tax list 1904, 661 02

Received from D. E. Plummer on tax

list 1905, 3,000 00

Received from D. E. Plummer, dog

licenses, 127 6a

Received from D. E. Plummer, rent

of town hall, 3 00



$6,55S 31



EXPENDITURES.

Paid orders drawn by the selectmen, $2,798 07
county tax, '- ,;;i 09

State tax, 599 25

cash on hand, 2,229 90

$6,558 31



13

FINANCIAL STATEMENT.

Due from D. E. Plummer, tax list



1905,


8_691


09




Due from county for board of G. W.








Randall,


78


00




Cash in treasury Feb. 15, 1906,


2,229


90


82,998 99








LIABILITIES.








Due school house remittance,


8 78


04




from sale of old school houses,


48


00




balance of school house fund,


455


70




part of highway tax for State








road,


289


00




appropriation by the town for








State road,


144


50


,81,015 24
81,983 75


Surplus,







Charles A. Woodman, Treasurer.

Charles G. Dame, | Selectmen of

Fred B. Iork, ^ Lge

William S. Caldwell )

We the undersigned Auditors of the Town of Lee have
examined the foregoing account and find it correctly cast with
corresponding vouchers.

J. True Bartlett,
J. W. Cate,



' >- Auditors.



Highway Agents' Report,



DISTRICT NO. 1

H. B. SNELL IN ACCOUNT WITH THE TOWN OF LEE.



1905.




Received of the town.




Paid for labor on highways,




Willis Wiggin,


$ 75


J. M. Wiggin,


1 25


A. M. Snell,


75


G. W. Pinkham,


75


John Bishop,


1 05


J. G. Langmaid,


30


A. E. Langmaid,


2 45


H. B. Snell, surveyor,


9 60



$16 90



$16 90
DISTRICT NO. 2.

C. H. JONES IN ACCOUNT WITH THE TOWN OF LEE.
1905.

Received of the town. |34 36

Paid for labor on highways,

F. D. Randall, $ 2 70

Herbert Brooks, 15 05



15



L. S. Fernald, 5 50

C. H. Jones, surveyor, 11 11

$34 36

DISTRICT NO. 3.

Pi I. CALDWELL IN ACCOUNT WITH THE TOWN OF LEE.

1905.
Received of the town, $33 35

Paid for labor on highways,

A. Fossie, $ 6 75

WilliamS. Caldwell, 10 00

Frank I. Caldwell, 16 60

— 33 35

DISTRICT NO. 4.

W. S. LAYN IN ACCOUNT WITH THE TOWN OF LEE.

1905.



Received of the town,




Paid for labor on highways,
S. W. Sherburne.


$ 7 00


I. G. Sherburne,


4 25


H. G. Hill,


3 50


Geo. Hill,


1 50


G. W. Woodman,


3 20


W. S. Layn, surveyor,


14 55



$34 00



34 00
DISTRICT NO. 5.

S. W. LANE IN ACCOUNT WITH THE TOWN OF LEE.
1905.

Received of the town, $23 49

Paid for labor on highways,

G. D. Stimpson, 8 1 50



16



B. E. Layne,
I. Caldwell,
H. F. Caverno,
Ed. Lovering,
G. F. Stimpson,



3 50


25


1 80


4 87


10 07



823 40



DISTRICT NO. 6.

GEO. P. JAMES IN ACCOUNT WITH THE TOWN OF LEE.



1905.




deceived of the town,




'aid for labor on highways,




II. E. Thompson,


$ 5 90


Chesley Bros.,


3 00


J. M. Garrity,


3 75


W. D. Smith,


1 50


Geo. P. James, surveyor,


16 25



$30 40



30 40
DISTRICT NO. 7.

W. D. SMITH IN ACCOUNT WITH THE TOWN OF LEE.
1905.

Received of the town, $ 14 40

Paid for breaking roads in Feb. and March, 1905,
Albert Corson, 8 4 27

W. D. Smith, 10 13



Received of the town,




814 40
29 51


Paid for labor on highways,






J. s. Jenkins,


$ 4 98




T. J. Stevens,


2 70





17



F. L. Oldham,


2 63




Everett Dal ton,


1 20




J. Whitehouse,


1 50




W. D. Smith, surveyor,


16 50


20 51



DISTRICT NO. 8.

C. A. WOODMAN IN ACCOUNT WITH THE TOWN OF LEE.



1905.






Received of the town,




$10 65


Paid for labor on highways,






O. L. Pendergast,


$1 50




J. B. Rollins,


3 00




C. A. Woodman, surveyor,


6 15


10 65



DISTRICT NO. 9.



W. H. WELLINGTON IN ACCOUNT WITH THE TOWN OE LEE.



1905.






Received of the town,




$12 75


Paid for labor on highways






Dame Bros.,


8 25




JohnF. Gibbs,


1 50




W. H. Wellington, Surveyor,


3 00


12 75



DISTRICT NO. 10.

JOHN II. CURRIER IN ACCOUNT WITH THE TOWN OF LEE.

1905.
Received of the town, 839 00



18



Paid for labor on highways,
F. B. York,

J. H. Currier, for gravel,
John H. Currier, surveyor,



DISTRICT NO. 11



WILLYS P. TUTTLE IN ACCOUNT WITH THE TOWN OF LEE.



$11


75


5


00


22


25



S39 00



1905.




Received of the town,




Paid for labor on highways,




C. H. Allen,


8 00


F. L. Allen,


11 15


Joe King,


3 00


B. F. Lang,


4 00


Charles Tebbetts,


1 50


Frank Keniston,


5 25


William H. Palmer,


70


Dan Shannon,


1 50


Walter Clay,


45


W. P. Tuttle, surveyor.


7 30



42 85



S42 85
DISTRICT NO. 12.

C. H. ALLEN IN ACCOUNT WITH THE TOWN OF LEF.
1905.

Received of the town. 33 75

Paid for labor on highways,

F. Thompson, 4 00

J.T. Bartlett, 4 00



19



F. L. Alien,


12 00




C. H. Alien, surveyor,


13 75






_


33 75



DISTRICT NO. 13.

THOMPSON BROS. IX ACCOUNT WITH THE TOWN OF LEE.
1905.

Received of the town. 17 70

Paid for labor on highways,

Thompson Bros., surveyors, 17 70

17 70

DISTRICT NO. 14.

J. T. BARTLETT IN ACCOUNT WITH THE TOWN OF LEE.

1905.
Received of the town. 29 20

Paid for labor on highways,

Charles H. Allen,

Fred L. Allen,

James H. Currier,

Fred Thompson,

John H. Currier,
Ben Steven, for gravel,
J. T. Bartlett. surveyor,

29 20

DISTRICT NO. 15,

JAMES II. CURRIER IN ACCOUNT WITH THE TOWN OF LEE.

1905.
Received of the town, $35 80

Paid for labor on highways,

Fred L. Allen, 8 3 00



2


00


3


00


7


50


2


00




80




40


13


50



20



C. H. Allen, 2 00

Fred Thompson, 2 00

J. T. Bartlett, 15 75

J. H. Currier, l 80

James H. Currier, surveyor, 11 25



35 80



Librarian's Report,



Lee Public Library, Open Saturday's from 2 to 5 p. m.

We have not thonght it necessary to publish a list of the
books added this year in the annual report as all have been
catalogued and will be found there.

Our thanks are due to Miss Bessie Cartland and Mr. Chas.
S. Cartland for their usual donation. Miss Mary E. Smith has
remembered us with 22 volumes. Mr. James H. Currier with
13. Mr. Fred P. Comings has given us six, while other living
friends have made up the number of 86 books donated this
year, for all of which we are especially thankful.

There are nearly one hundred and fifty volumes for refer-
ence in the library which have not been catalogued, also quan-
tities of unbound magazines all of which are accessible from
the 3helves at any time. We are very thankful for the interest
shown and hope it may continue.

Number of books Feb. 15, 1905, 1,067

Number of books Feb. 15, 1906, 1,229

Number added in 1905, 162

By purchase, 76

By gift, 82

Number of books issued, 1,156

Average per week, 23

Fines, 4 &

All of which is respectfully submitted,

Susan P t D. Lake, Assistant Librarian.



Treasurer's Report Town Library,

For the Year Ending Feb. 15, 1906.



Cash on baud, Feb. 15, 1905,
Received from Mrs. S. W. Lane
Received from fines,
Received from the town,



EXPENDITURES.

Atlantic Monthly,

Paid Mary C. Clark for books,

George G. Neal, binding books,

u

DeWolfe, Fiske & Co., books,

Express on books,

Courier Publishing Co., supplies,

Postage,

Cash on hand,



14


78


2


00




48


42


30


3


20


4


00


5


20


7


85


33


18




55


4


50




1G




92



59 56



59 56
D. E. Plummer, Treasurer.



Annual Report

OF THE

Board of Education,



For the Year Ending September 1, 1905,



Expenditures,



SOUTH LEE SCHOOL.

June 30, 1905. Helen Buzzell, 96 00

Nov. 24, 1005. Helen Buzzell, 96 00

Feb. 23, 190G. Helen Buzzell, 96 00

Paid for wood and fitting, 18 25

repairs and labor, 2 50

cleaning school room, 2 00

Nottingham school district, tuition of

Erne Bailey, 6 50



CENTER SCHOOL.

June 30, 1905. Fred P. Comings, 120 00

Nov. 24, 1905. Fred P. Comings, 120 00

Feb. 23, 1906. Fred P. Comings, 120 00

Paid for wood and fitting, 16 32

repairs, furnishings and labor, 2 25

craning school room, 2 50

building school yard fence, 4 00

40 posts for school yard fence, 10 00



NORTH LEE SCHOOL.



June 30, 1905, Carrie A. Bartlett, 96 00

Nov. 24, 1905, Martha E. Trickey, 96 00



317 25



395 o;



26



Feb. 23, 1906, Martha E. Trickey, 96 00

Paid for wood and fitting, 16 00

repairs and cleaning school room, 3 37

building fire and caring for school

room,



6 00



Feb. 23, 1906. Boards for Center school

yard fence, 4 32

Newmarket School District,
tuition, Lewis Cate, Chas.
Hobbs and Susie Hobbs, 48 00



Total Expenses, 1078 01

Wood and repairs for Turnpike school

house 1905, 23 70



313 3



58 32



1101 71



Walter D. Smith, ^ School Board
Louis H. Snell, > Q ^ ^ ee

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Roll of Perfect Attendance,

North Lee. — First term : Louis E. Layn.
" " — Second term : Louis E. Layn.
" " — Third term, Kaiherine Garrity, Ellsworth Gar-
rity.
Center. — First term : Iber M. Smith, Nellie A. Smith.

" — Third term : Grover W. Smith, Leroy J. Smith,
Sargent D. Smith, Rose Eva Burleigh, Hazel
F. James, Iber M. Smith, Nellie A. Smith.
South Lee. — First term : Edith B. Sparrow, Mary A. Piper.
" " —Third term : Edwin H. Plummer.



Report of the Treasurer

OF THE

LEE SCHOOL DISTRICT

For the Year Ending Februrry 15, 1906,



Amount in the treasury Feb. 15, 1905, 384 28

Received from Epping School District, 8 50

Received from town, 1,146 50

1,539 28

EXPENDITURES.

Paid ordeis drawn by the school board, 1101 71
Cash on hand Feb. 15, 1906, 437 57

1,539 2a

FINANCIAL STATEMENT.

ASSETS.

Money deposited in town treasury from

sale of old school houses, 48 00

Balance of money raised to build school

houses deposited in town treasury, 455 70

Cash on hand Feb. 15, 1906, 437 57

941 27



Chas. A. Woodman, Treasurer.



J.TrueBartlett, ) Auditors .
J. W. Gate, >



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Online LibraryLee (N.H. : Town)Report of the superintending school committee of the Town of Lee, N.H. for the year ending (1905-1906) → online text (page 1 of 1)